Thursday, November 14, 2019

Street work slows traffic

If you're wondering what all the ruckus down on Main Street earlier this week was about, here's the skinny. A little bit of last-minute pavement...

Community safety Committee sets goals in effort to reduce South Okanagan...

By Keith Lacey StarNorth Writer A Community Safety and Crime Prevention Committee established in the Town of Oliver has identified a list of priorities as it...

‘Difficult’ end of season for grapes

By Melanie Eksal Special to StarNorth Media It hasn’t been a grape year for the wine industry. Heavy...
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Town looking for ‘surf and turf’ cleaning equipment

The Town of Osoyoos is in the market for some new cleaning equipment — on-road...

Winter tires now required for most BC highways

It's October — and that means winter tires for B.C.'s winter highways. As of Oct. 1,...

Mounties catch up to driver who walked away from rollover

It took several hours, but Mounties finally caught up with the alleged driver of a...

Pool study splashed again after funding shift

It appears a proposed indoor aquatic centre for the South Okanagan will remain a figurative...

Former Oliver PAC treasurer facing fraud charge

A former treasurer of the Oliver Elementary School Parent Advisory Committee is facing a fraud...

Delinquent waterfront property off the tax sale block

If you penciled in a visit to a Town of Osoyoos tax sale Monday morning,...

Score some Osoyoos waterfront property at a fraction of its value — maybe

Looking to pick up a waterfront Osoyoos property on the cheap? The Town of Osoyoos —...

Council pushes forward Peanut Pond development

A proposed 54-unit townhome development adjacent to Peanut Pond is one step closer after Council...

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